TPSTC Tennis Co-Chairs – Katie Waterson and Hanna Minor.
Keep an eye our for TPSTC Member emails and check back frequently for updates.
Our goal is to offer an assortment of fun events, clinics, and programs for adults and juniors of all levels. Tennis is a wonderful lifetime sport that teaches many life skills and helps children to develop motor and social skills. Our programs are energetic, productive, challenging, and fun. Whether you are an experienced player or first time picking up a racquet, there will be a program for you. Our pro staff is experienced and will offer many different opportunities to play, learn, compete, and develop your game.
***To create your Court Reserve Account click on the link below. Please also download the CourtReserve app to manage your account. All payments and class reservations will go through the CourtReserve app/website.***
Sara Watson – Director of Tennis
Sara joins us this summer as our new TPSTC Director of Tennis. Sara was born and raised in Georgia where she first picked up her racquet at the age of 8. Sara went on to play four years of collegiate tennis at the University of West Georgia (D2). While at West Georgia, Sara and her doubles partner broke the all-time wins record.
At 26 years old, Sara already has over 8 years of teaching experience in a variety of settings. She is also PTR certified (10 & Under). Sara has taught in both private and municipal tennis programs previously. Additionally, her collegiate summers were spent teaching in Maine as both camp counselor and tennis instructor at two 7-week sleep away camps, Camp Kippewa and Camp Cobbossee.
Sara moved to the Cincinnati area October 2020 and began working at Eastern Hills Indoor Tennis Club, where she continues to teach in the winter season. During the summer of 2021, she rekindled a junior program at Cincinnati Tennis Club that had been absent for over five years. Sara hopes to continue this momentum at Terrace Park this upcoming season!
Michael Feagins – Assistant Pro
Michael spent the last two summers here in Terrace Park as a teaching assistant. His favorite drill is 3 Deep 2 Short where students learn how to construct a point and finish at the net. Michael has been playing tennis since the age of 10, however he’s been an avid tennis fan ever since he could remember. His favorite shot is either a forehand cross court or volleys. Lastly, Michael considers the best part of summer attending the Western and Southern Open in Mason and watching tennis at the highest level. He can’t wait to get back on court and start teaching!